North Korea launches its first 'tactical nuclear attack submarine'
North Korea launched its first "tactical nuclear attack submarine" capable of carrying out an underwater nuclear attack, its state-run media said Friday.
North to display key weapons at parade Wednesday
North Korea is likely to display upgraded short-range ballistic missiles it has been aggressively testing, and possibly a solid-fuel version of its longest-range intercontinental ballistic missile, at a military parade expected for Wednesday.
Do not dismiss saber-rattling
President Yoon Suk-yeol must convince the peace-blind DP leadership of the need to jointly deal with the nuclear threat from North Korea rather than turning a blind eye to it.
Kim Jong-un says he doesn't have to discuss his nukes with anyone
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said his regime's recent missile tests confirmed its ability to carry out tactical nuclear strikes and dismissed the necessity of dialogue with Seoul or Washington, according to Pyongyang's state media on Monday.
Korea, Japan, U.S. hold first maritime exercise since 2017
Seoul, Washington and Tokyo will hold a trilateral anti-submarine warfare exercise in international waters between South Korea and Japan on Friday, the first such exercise in nearly five years.
First joint Korea-U.S. naval exercise in five years begins
South Korea and the United States began their first combined naval exercise in five years on Monday, a day after North Korea conducted a ballistic missile launch.
State Dept. reacts to Yoon's North Korea policy
The United States and South Korea remain committed to the "complete denuclearization" of the Korean Peninsula and will continue to coordinate closely to achieve that goal, a U.S. State Department spokesperson said Tuesday.
North tests SLBM days after ballistic missile launch, remains silent
North Korea fired a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) Saturday just four days after conducting a ballistic missile test. The apparent SLBM launch was detected at 2 p.m. Saturday off of the east coast city of Sinpo, according to...
Strange activity around North's experimental sub
Satellite images of Sinpo South Shipyard in South Hamgyong Province shows unusual activity around an experimental ballistic missile submarine, raising concerns that North Korea could be preparing a submarine-launched ballistic missile test.
New activity from North's Sinpo South Shipyard
New activity has been observed around the 8.24 Yongung experimental ballistic missile submarine at the Sinpo South Shipyard's secure basin in North Korea's South Hamgyong Province in the past four weeks, according to a U.S. think tank on Tuesday.